The Bread Factory has reported another year of double-digit growth, with revenue up 25% from £36.1m to £45.1m.

In an audited consolidated income statement submitted to Companies House for the year ended 28 February 2015, profit before tax also rose 4.3% from £2.7m to £2.8m.

The Bread Factory, backed by Luke Johnson’s Risk Capital, was helped in its performance by the acquisition of Maison du Pain, the frozen foodservice bakery, and new stores of artisan bakers Gail’s.

The company’s acquisition of gluten-free foodservice offering Wild Thexton in August and of retail bakery Bread Roll in October will bring hopes of further profit growth by the end of the next financial year.